Hannaway Lawyers strives to settle disputes amicably but understands that on certain occasions, litigation is an unavoidable fact of life. It is not always possible to resolve the matter through mediation or negotiations and obtain a fair outcome. In these instances, it can be valuable to have a qualified and experienced solicitor on your side.
As litigation can be an expensive process, we try to deliver our legal services in the most cost-effective manner for our clients by minimising costs where possible. We always have close involvement with our clients so that they are fully aware of what to expect in court, and we have a track record of success in managing cases involving litigation.
When you come to Hannaway Lawyers with your case, we take a wide approach to seek the most favourable outcome. If you inform us that you would prefer to have the matter resolved without going into court, we do everything in our power to make that happen. But we do let our clients know when we believe that avoiding court may not be possible in a specific case.
With years of dispute resolution and civil litigation experience, Hannaway Lawyers provides legal services for:
Many clients are unsure about whether they have a civil litigation claim against another person or party. If you have suffered a loss due to the conduct of another party, you may be entitled to receive compensation.
These damages that you are entitled to receive can be challenging to negotiate, as the other party does everything in their power to avoid paying. It is with the help of the experienced solicitors at Hannaway Lawyers that you will find a suitable outcome. Our relationships with other lawyers and knowledge of the court system mean we are in the best possible position to assist you with any compensation litigation.
If you are facing a civil issue, Hannaway Lawyers will help you resolve the matter. We work tirelessly and exhaust every legal avenue to ensure that you are well represented in these cases.
While our record over the years has shown that most cases are resolved before going to court, litigation can be inevitable in some circumstances. If the other party refuses to negotiate or believes the evidence is in their favour, we may have to go into court to present your case.
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